If someone puts something for sale at a certain price and you decide to buy it for that price how is anyone harmed? Now if it was something like health insurance that you are forced to buy under physical threat that's a different story.
Look up the history of free banking. When banks (or any business for that matter) are permitted to fail they tend to act more responsibly. Of course it is in the politicians interest to have a central bank so they don't have to limit spending to what they can tax and borrow voluntarily at market rates.
I actually just made it up. Of course it can black out a pilot. I just wanted to see what score I would get.
The F-35's wings are too small for the mass of the plane. It can't pull enough G's to black out a pilot.
There has to be some way to figure this problem out. It should be especially easy with restaurants since they all use software to track orders. Maybe something like a new Diners Club Card where the Restaurant/Server and Customer can rate each other based on real data. For instance if the customer complains about waiting too long the data should show when they were seated and ticket was opened and when the food was served. If the customer complains about the soup but didn't order it the customer's other reviews be suspect. If the customer claims the server was rude but that server otherwise gets great reviews then they should be suspect. If the restaurant owners could get that kind of feedback on which dishes/servers were liked or disliked it would help them as well. And if you present the card when you show up and you have a good reputation as a diner you could get higher ranked servers.
Maybe you should fire your HR people?
I think both the upper and lower stages use pressure for reinforcing the structure. If the tank vented then it could collapse.
In the time I could see it on the video it looked like it was reoriented itself heat shield first which is the natural passive orientation. It could have deployed chutes later.
This guy has to do everything big
If the latter, government spending is essential because the market is way too shortsighted and prefers to take risks on balance sheets.
Because politicians are known for their long term thinking? All of the problems you state have to do with governments and central banking and have zero to do with free markets.
You should quite smoking. It's not good for you.
Is it just me or does it look possible Dragon survived? It would be interesting if it came down under chutes.
And now we Floridians have a new reef to dive.
Not quite. Inflation is simply an increase in the money supply. But the new money doesn't get handed out evenly. That's the point. When you bail out the banks they get to spend or invest with it which causes bubbles in those markets. You would only have general rising prices if the money was handed out to everyone.
This is really a result of the crappy econonmy due to the wars and banker bailouts. In the 90's when I started working this crap didn't fly because I had a couple of standing offers in my pocket. I did eventually switch jobs due to a new boss that would play games. He seemed surprised when I gave my 2 weeks notice and immediatly said he could counter-offer. I said no thanks because all that would do is cause them to keep you on long enough to look for a replacement.